Invest In Success
An investment in the Stride Center is an investment in people. People who are making a career change into IT and progress into a life of self-sufficiency for themselves and their families. The graduates of the Stride Center are earning $15 to $25 per hour in entry-level positions.
Give to the Stride Center today and change someone's life!
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The Stride Center programs are delivered in some of the poorest communities that have the least resources available to participate in the tech economy. Through our program, these individuals are able to benefit from technical and soft skill training to better their career prospects.
More importantly, an investment in the Stride Center has a return benefit for the community: employable IT professionals, competitive talent pool, financial dividends, active community participants, scalable social venture model, highly specialized training product with direct results.
Making a gift to support the work of The Stride Center is simple.
An online gift will go farther and conserve resources. A monthly donation will allow The Stride Center to rely on a steady source of income that will, in turn, allow us to train more individuals in even more deserving communities.
Please also consider the following ways to benefit The Stride Center.
In Honor/In Memory - Your donation in the name of a friend or loved one will help support and expand The Stride Center’s training offering and reach even more deserving communities.
Planned Gifts - Fund the future of The Stride Center through your estate planning or special gifts.
IF YOU PREFER TO GIVE VIA MAIL, SEND TO:
The Stride Center
1212 Broadway, Suite 400
Oakland, CA 94612
TO GIVE BY PHONE, PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE:
Monday – Friday between 10am – 5pm PST,
(510) 234-1300 extension 122
Or to donate in-kind products and services. We currently need up to date computer hardware, software, and classroom furniture/supplies. If you have computers that you are ready to retire or replace, contact us.
We accept computers and computer peripherals. Units that have life left in them are refurbished and provided at low cost to members of the community, senior centers, schools, community centers and other places where an older – but still highly useful – computer can help people reach their full potentials. Equipment that cannot be repaired is recycled in environmentally-friendly ways that keep it out of landfills. Please visit our social enterprise, ReliaTech (www.reliatech.org) for more details.
We can accept all types of data processing and electronic equipment.
We are particularly in need of:
• Pentium 4 and better PCs
• G4 or better Macintosh systems
• P3 or G3 or better laptops
• Working laser printers
• Flat-screen monitors
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